?Triple Display?USB C to Dual HDMI Adapter supports mirror mode (SST) and extend mode (MST). In Mirror Mode, all the monitor images will be same. In Extend Mode, the images of these monitors are different. Single HDMI Output: 4K @ 60Hz (While the source is DP1.4). Dual HDMI Output: 4K @ 30Hz. Dual HDMI & VGA Output: 1080P/60Hz. (NOTE: All external monitor images are the same on Mac OS due to OS system limitation. ONLY Windows systems can display different images on extended monitors)
?COMPATIBILITY?SELORE USB C docking station is convenient to connect to HDTV, monitors and projector. Compatible with MacBook Pro, New MacBook Air 2018 2019, MacBook 12, iPad pro, Surface Book 2/Go, Chromebook, Pixel book, Dell, HP, Huawei mate 20/P20, Samsung and other USB Type C devices. NOTE: Please check your laptop's DisplayPort Standard (If they support DisplayPort Alt Mode or Video output)
?Fast Data Transfer & Networking?Two USB 3.0 ports support data transfer rates of up to 5 Gbps. Two USB 2.0 ports are better for mouse, keyboards or other low-speed devices to improve work efficiency. 1000M Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 port can download movies quicker, reduce latency in games. SD / TF Card Reader allows you to transfer files faster.
?PD 3.0 Technology and Intelligent Security?The dual monitor docking station supports Power Delivery, thunderbolt 3.0 technology with a rated power of 87W and offers significantly faster charging times. This USB C hub is equipped with intelligent microchip which provides a slew of safety features including: internal overload protection, over-volt protection, short circuit protection, voltage regulation, temperature protection.
?Audio & Mic 2 In 1?Laptop docking station makes listening, talking, or recording a breeze. Plug in your earphone, ensures you charge and listen to music at the same time. When connecting HDMI, port can be directly plugged in and used. When using the headphone jack alone, you need to make settings. ?Windows system : click sound--playback device--select the external audio device name--check as the default device; Mac OS: click settings--sound--output device--click the external device name)